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Enns, Johann J., 1884-1966
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Group of Mennonite refugees at J. Rempel's Tiegenhof estate

This photo is a casual family photo in Tiegenhof , the birthplace of Olga Enns. The people are unidentified. The name Jakob Boldt is written in old script on the back of the photograph. This could indicate that he was the owner of the photo and that he is part of the group shown on it. It is possible that some of these people were relatives of Olga Enns but no further information is available.
Note: The original has been donated (Acc. No. 2010-025).

Post card letter (reverse side to S.S. Melita)

This part of the postcard contains the note written by D.J. Rempel, dated 25 Sep 1924 to his relatives, with specific attention to Joh. Enns, stationed with Norman Shantz in Preson, Ontario. The content includes that they are about to land at Quebec within a day. He wishes also come to Ontario. Peter and John are along. He sends greetings to his mother.

Rempel, Dietrich J., 1894-1982

Ten elders of the churches in the Manitoba Mennonite Conference, 1954

Similar to photo in CM 2-45-3. 10 elders of the churches in the Man. Mennonite Conf. at the annual meeting. l-r: Rev. W.H. Enns, Springstein; Rev. G. G. Neufeld, Whitewater; Rev. Jacob Toews, Winnipeg; Rev. D. Abrahams, Headingly; Rev. J. J. Enns, Grunthal; Rev. David Schulz, Altona; Rev. J. M. Pauls; Winkler; Rev. Benjamin Ewert, Winnipeg; Rev. C.C. Janzen, Winnipegosis; Rev. J. P. Buckert, Gretna. In this neg. they look away from the camera; a shadow on right end of neg.